Israel-Gaza War, Germany

Luftwaffe Commander Donates Blood at Sheba Hospital

After expressing unequivocal support for Israel and its offensive in Gaza, the German Air Force commander and his staff donated blood at Sheba Hospital.

Luftwaffe commander donating blood. (Photo: Sheba Hospital Spokesperson)

German Air Force Commander Ingo Gerhartz and his staff donated blood today (Tuesday) at Sheba Hospital during a visit to Israel.

Yesterday, the Israel Air Force reported that Gerhartz met with his Israeli counterpart, Maj.-Gen. Tomer Bar.

During his visit, Gerhartz received an operational survey of events from the Air Force Chief of Staff Brig.-Gen. Omer Tischler regarding the fighting and its goals. Tischler also explained Air Force actions, and especially support for the ground forces.

Gerhartz expressed support for the State of Israel in general, as well as the IDF and the Air Force, stressing that he trusts the Air Force and the precision of its strikes.

Gerhartz with his staff. (Photo: Sheba Hospital Spokesperson)

Since the beginning of the fighting in Gaza, Germany has given Israel its unconditional support. The German Chancellor, who visited Israel two weeks after the massacre, said: “My visit to Israel is a visit among friends. Germany stands strongly at Israel’s side.”

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